Spine of the times

Chiropractor Amanda Ostrowski, of Balance Chiropractic in Barrie, stands beside a 20-foot-tall sculpture of a spine located outside their Bayfield Str

Eastview and Joan of Arc fans get into the spirit of things at the Examiner's Thursday Night Lights at the Barrie Sports Complex. Mark Wanzel The Barrie Examiner QMI

TNL: BLOG RECAP

Fans showed their school spirit as the St. Joseph's Jaguars took on the St. Peter's Panthers Wednesday for the Examiner's Thursday Night Lights.

Wanted man charged

A 55-year-old man has been arrested after police received a call about a drunk man loitering outside the McDonald's on Dunlop Street West.

Orillia's OPP detachment

No ‘real savings’ for 5 years

The OPP’s new billing model will save Orillia money, but because of inflation, there likely won’t be any change in the city’s policing budget...

The Barrie Spirit under-15 girls all-star soccer team finished second at the 2014 John Traganitis All-Star Tournament in Aurora. From left are goalie coach Craig King, assistant coach Laura Sclater, Cheyanne Carvajal, Muskoka Sclater, Alcira Lane, Jordan Marchand, Taylor Peat, Moriah Mitchell, Caeleigh Seabrook, Marissa Browning, Amanda Myers, Jessica Wright, Emma Cobby, Julia Dove, Alison Crichton, Breanna Shaw, Maddy Amon, Cara Bailey and head coach Steve Sclater. Missing is Mackenzie Emerson. SUBMITTED

All-stars finish second

The Barrie Spirit under-15 girls all-star soccer team finished second at the 2014 John Traganitis All-Star Tournament in Aurora.

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